SDR mobile COMP@N radio

Versatile and flexible mobile SDR COMP@N radios can be connected to the vehicle adapter and power amplifier to create mobile or stationary set.
SDR mobile COMP@N radio

Mobile adapter is a device which enables the use of COMP@N handheld radio in vehicles (e.g. light tanks, transporter vehicles). This set provides a secure attachment and a possibility for easy removing of the radio, without outages. After installing the radio in the adapter, it is being automatically switched to work with vehicular data communications system and power amplifier (if such is installed). In such set, a radio is powered via an adapter with the onboard network of the vehicle, while ensuring the charging of its battery from vehicular power supply. The adapter also provides an access to interfaces of the radio through a dedicated connectors,
enabling further integration with on-board systems.
Mobile set, which consists of handheld COMP@N radio mounted in vehicular adapter, can be extended with power amplifier. It allows to work with maximum power 50 W, which significantly increase radio range. The amplifier is powered from the vehicular power supply and is designed for all the COMP@N family radios.

Basic parameters of the amplifier 

frequency range 50 – 520 MhZ
input voltage 17 * 33 V
maximum output power 50 W
dimensions 270 x 180 x 187

The amplifier and adapter can be installed in the vehicle either as a separately mounted devices (e.g. spaced apart to several meters), and as one integrated set.


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Technical details SDR mobile COMP@N radio

Transmission codes
F3E, A3E
FM: 25 kHz | AM: 8.33 kHz, 25 kHz
Number of channels
Dimensions (with amplifier & adapter)
270 x 180 x 277 mm
15 kg
  • large color display
  • auto backlight intensity regulation
  • menu
  • double PTT button
  • backlit keybord
  • Emergency Clear button build-in GPS receiver
  • frequency range                         30÷520 MHz
  • output power                              up to 50 W
  • suppression of harmonics:       > 50 dBc
  • frequency stability:                    +/- 1 ppm
  • sensitivity:                                  – 116 dBm (SINAD 20 dB)
  • adjacent channel selectivity      >/_ 50 dB
  • Audio / PTT
  • RS232
  • Ethernet 10/100
  • USB
  • Side Connector (to work with COMP@N accesorries)
  • operational temperature -32°C ÷ +55°C
  • MIL-STD-810G
  • EMC MIL-STD-461F

DV operating modes: FH (Frequency Hopping): 100 hop/s, FF (Fixed Frequency)

  • digital voice transmission
  • channel 25 kHz

security(AES-256 based)

  • Pre-defined profiles with set of mission parameters (radio data, encryption keys)


  • channel 25 kHz
  • capability to enter data via Ethernet or serial port
  • capability to transmit GPS reports
  • modulation ?/4 DQPSK
  • data rate up to 40 kb/s


  • EPM (Electronic Protective Measures) class waveform:  LPD (Low Probability of Detection), LPI (Low Probability of Interception), AJ (Anti-Jamming)
  • operating modes FH (Frequency Hopping): 300 hop/s
    FF (Fixed Frequency)
  • services:  digital voice (e.g. MELPe 2400, CODEC2) SA (Situation Awareness) messages and GPS reports
    data (e.g. serial data, sensor data)
  • simultaneous transmission of voice, data and SA/GPS
  • SA (Situation Awareness) data and GPS data can be attached to each transmission of voice and data
  • synchronization without GNSS (e.g. GPS) Radio Silence mode
  • modulation: CPM
  • channel: 25 kHz with possible extension
  • security (AES-256 based): TRANSEC, COMSEC
  • data rates: up to 26 kb/s
  • definable frequency range and sub-bands
  • pre-defined W2FH profiles with set of mission parameters (radio data, encryption keys)

BMS IP WF MANET class waveform: 

  • mobile self-configuring and self-organazing network
  • extended range of services (retransmission within waveform – multihop relay)
  • operation in IP networks, build-in IP router, QoS supporting

Operating modes:

  • FH (Frequency Hopping)
  • FF (Fixed Frequency)
  • simultaneous voice and data services

Voice services

  • digital voice (eg. MELPe 2400, CODEC2)
  • group calls
  • priviledged users
  • priority calls (break-in)
  • double PTT
  • multi-hop voice

Data services

  • IP data
  • Serial data
  • SA (Situation Awareness) messages
  • GPS reports
  • short text messages
  • sensor data
  • files, video, pictures,
  • mail transmission supporting
  • data retransmission


  • synchronization without GNSS (e.g. GPS)
  • modulation: CPM
  • channel: 50 KhZ
  • security (AES-256 based): TRANSEC, COMSEC, NETSEC
  • data rates: up to 40 kb/s
  • definable frequency range and sub-bands
  • pre-defined BMS IP WF profiles with set of
    mission parameters (radio data, encryption keys)
  • sms
  • number of networks: 20